EMIS Insights, our proprietary research arm, provides comprehensive industry reports for Poland. Our network of locally based industry experts supplies analysis exclusive to EMIS customers.
Each report contains in-depth analysis of the sector’s importance for the Poland’s economy, detailed statistics and infographics. The report’s contents include executive summary, sector and subsector overviews, competitive and regulatory environment, as well as thorough company profiles of the top market players.
The automotive sector is one of the key industries in Poland and generated around 7% of the country's GDP in 2015. A total 165,000 people are employed in the manufacturing of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers, accounting for more than 8% of ...READ MORE
The energy sector is responsible for nearly 8% of Poland’s GDP and its strategic importance for the country is overwhelming. The ageing of the power generation and transmission infrastructure is a major concern for the sector, which at the same ...READ MORE
Agriculture generates slightly over 2% of Poland’s GDP and provides employment for a sixth of the workforce. The gross value added (GVA) of the Polish agricultural sector totalled PLN 41.59bn in 2016, edging up 0.2% from 2015. The sector ...READ MORE
Poland’s banking sector is well capitalised and non-volatile, relying mostly on traditional products. Even though Poland remains significantly underbanked compared to EU standards, the country’s banking sector plays a very important role ...READ MORE
In Poland, “metallic and non-metallic minerals mining” – also known as “non-coal mining” or “other mining,” ...READ MORE
The strategic location of Poland as a bridge between East and West, North and South naturally translates into a highly developed transportation services sector. Substantial public investments in infrastructure, as well as significant private foreign ...READ MORE
In 2015, the GVA of real estate activities came to PLN 84.106bn, up 5.1% y/y. The sector represented 4.7% of GDP in that year. Real estate and the closely related construction sector together generated over 12% of GDP. Just over 200,000 people were ...READ MORE
The coal mining sector stands for just over 3% of Poland’s GDP, but it remains important for the labour market as it employs nearly 100,000 people. Since the government is looking to help out the ailing and mostly state-owned coal companies ...READ MORE
The Polish chemical industry represents around 4% of the value of the European chemical market according to MarketLine data for 2015, which covers specialty chemicals, commodity chemicals, agricultural chemicals and pharmaceutical chemicals. The ...READ MORE
The value of Poland’s total construction output, including private works and work carried out by unregistered individuals, came to PLN 178bn in 2015, up 2.2% y/y. The official output data for companies employing more than nine persons stood at ...READ MORE